Dry rub recipes are used on all most every type of meat. Rubs add flavor, color and texture. From pork tenderloin to southern ribs, a dry rub draws out the flavor of meat and can give it a kick. Many rubs are spicy, but also add a bit of sweetness pork, beef and even chicken.
There are plenty of dry rubs on the grocery store shelves, but there isn't one any better than this rub recipe. Made from freshly ground spices and herbs, this rub is the perfect compliment to your meat recipe.
This video from Rita Heikenfeld shows step-by-step how to make an all natural, delicious and aromatic rub that will keep family, friends and neighbors coming back!
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